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How to get rid of dark under eye circles? Here are our tips!

 Advices how to fight dark under eye circles are the same important as a way to mask them. At least for us who suffer with this nuisance. So how to properly cover dark circles? Let us help you!

  1. Don’t underestimate morning facial cleansing

In the morning, wash your face, which will remove sweat, dust and dirt from the night before, and once more gently cleanse your eyes.

Our tip: Clean your face thoroughly in the morning and in the evening. The best product is a micellar non-alcoholic water that does not irritate the skin, such as Aqua beauty micellar lotion. Apply to a cotton pad and clean the skin with gentle strokes. After using cleansing lotion, you do not have to rinse your face with water.

  1. Refresh yourself with an eye cream

Apply an eye cream that refreshes your eyes. The eye cream additionally serves as a reliable base under a concealer. Soft skin under eyes will be hydrated which helps concealer to spread equally, last for the whole day and prevent creation of unpleasant skin flakes.

Hot news is eye gold gel with seven kinds of herbs, which removes traces of tiredness in just a few minutes, while smoothes and rejuvenates your skin at the same time. Perfume-free gel for tired eyes offers a triple effect: relieves eye swelling, refreshes the eye area, and helps to eliminate dark eye circles.

  1. How to choose a color corrector for under eye circles

More than elsewhere here applies: Find the right one. The corrector has to completely match the type and shade of your skin.
The choosing can be made easier thanks to so-called color wheel: The colors in the color wheel which are opposite to each other, eliminate one another. That means that if you want to cover dark purple circles under your eyes, use a yellow corrector. On the other hand, if you want to cancel out a red area under your eyes, you need a corrector with a touch of green shade. A dark blue-colored eye area then reliably neutralizes a peach corrector.

Tip: Try the new Perfect me concealer that amazingly covers skin imperfections and brightens your eye area for 14 hours.*
It reduces dark under eye circles thanks to an active substance BIOPHYTEX® and suppresses signs of tiredness. Practical packaging with a brush and a light texture allows an easy and accurate application.

* In-vivo test (measured by determining the difference between dark area under eyes and normal skin) - within 4 weeks (use twice a day), dark circles are reduced by 64.6%.


BIOPHYTEX® is an active substance that reduces dark circles under eyes, soothes the skin and reduces redness.
It contains extracts from five herbs and yeasts. After the application the skin looks brighter and much healthier.

 

  1. Use a concealer to maximum advantage

Most of us quickly apply the concealer in the area around eyes, then wait for a few seconds and spread it. Use it more effectively! Concealers are used not only to hide unwanted imperfections on the face, but also for creating an ideal shape of the face. There are always rules for using concealers correctly.

When masking under eye circles we apply a small amount of the concealer in a line from the inner eye corner along the dark circle to the outer corner of the eye. You can make three lines and blend them in with your fingers or a brush. Or you can even try making about half a centimeter large dots, which are then blended in in a similar way as the lines.
The ocular area serves as the basis of a downward triangle. Apply the corrector over its entire length - you only need to draw a thin line, then direct the other two lines from the inner and outer corners of the eye down. This trick is unequaled not only in masking unwanted dark circles under your eyes but it also gives your face a flattering optical lifting.

Finally apply a makeup that will beautifully unify the whole look.

Besides cosmetic care is very important proper hydration of the body. Do not forget to drink! Drinks do not include coffee, tea and alcoholic drinks.

 

November 29, 2018 by Petra Lukasikova

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